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David Menzies talks to Joshua Walker, a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, who was tackled by security at Upper Canada Mall after being kicked out because his pregnant wife needed to sit down to eat.
Three Edmonton police officers cited with disciplinary charges after a woman suffered “catastrophic” dog bite injuries during a 2015 arrest have been cleared of wrongdoing. Lorraine Cardinal, 33, was bitten twice by police service dog Fozzy during an arrest on Dec. 11, 2015. The second bite came after Cardinal was already in police custody. Fozzy darted from his handler, Const. Kelly Lang, and latched onto Cardinal’s upper left thigh for 10-to-15 agonizing seconds.
Calgary economists say the province must fight COVID-19 to protect the economy but current measures may not be enough. Blake Shaffer, an economist at the University of Calgary’s School of Public Policy, said a lockdown might be necessary to drive infections down and restore confidence in consumers to support local businesses.
Kaycee Madu is Alberta’s top lawman, the justice minister who knew tough times in Nigeria before he came to Canada. He does not scare easy.